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Resist and Revivify

Democratic Theory in a Time of Defiance

Jean-Paul Gagnon and Emily Beausoleil

people, protestors, and immigrants. His actions have provoked widespread condemnation from politicians in other countries, the leaders of major corporations, celebrities, and advocates of prodemocracy movements. And yet these populist energies, while

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Free from State Violence or Free to Comply?

A Revised Typology of Coercion and Repression in Liberal Democracies

Barbora Capinska

-violent measures may suffice, because subjects desire to restore order. Most commonly, those occupying strong enunciative positions, such as members of the government, scientists, “celebrities”, or journalists use rhetorical repressions to protect the challenged

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Appropriations and Contestations of the Islamic Nomenclature in Muslim North India

Elitism, Lexicography, and the Meaning of The Political

Jan-Peter Hartung

/1898). Second, one could also relate the compilation of Arabic lexicographical works like Tħānavī’s to the critical appraisal of the state of affairs in Mughal India from a normative religious perspective by religious celebrities like Shāh Valiyallāh of Delhi (d

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Clarifying Liquidity

Keynes and Marx, Merchants, and Poets

Rolf Hugoson

dichotomy.” Zygmunt Bauman, “Foreword,” in Liquid Modernity (Cambridge: Polity, 2012), ix, 120. 6 Bauman's notion of modern liquidity was a creative umbrella, allowing philosophers to appear side by side with a politically engaged celebrity (Jane Fonda